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- Publisher: Phoenix Pick (December 28, 2014)
- Publication Date: December 28, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00RKM2Z3G
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Galaxy’s Edge Magazine: Issue 12, January: Predestination Movie Tie-In Special (Galaxy's Edge) Kindle Edition
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A star comes off for having a bad Science Fiction:Fantasy ratio from my point of view. Your mileage may vary as will your definitions of where the SF/Fantasy border lies. For me the border lies left of Zombies and Steampunk (both of which I can enjoy on their own levels but not when I'm in the mood for SF). Since this is an intensely personal judgement about a subject over which professionals gleefully argue there is no way to tell if you will love or not love quite so much the content of this issue. I didn't love it so much, but was still pleased with my purchase, as usual.
The level or writing is uniformly excellent and the magazine was well worth my scarce dollars. I think Galaxy's Edge may well be with me for the rest of my reading life if it maintains this sort of standard.